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    The Daniel Morcombe Foundation has produced the Keeping Kids Safe resource to support students Recognise, React and Report when they feel unsafe. Developing an understanding of respectful relationships is also a key learning area within the resource. Keeping Kids Safe is age and developmentally appropriate and contains short video vignettes to promote classroom discussion and completion of in class activity sheets.

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    Rules for being safe

    Understand the rules for staying safe and types of touch that are not ok. Video length 2.38min.

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    Being safe

    Our safe places can be at home, at school, with your friends or your safety helpers. Video length 2.28min.

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    Being safe activity


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    Recognise body clues

    Your body will tell you when you don’t feel safe, what are your body clues? Video length 2.26min.

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    Recognise activity


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    React to feeling unsafe

    What to do if you feel unsafe. Video length 3.16min.

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    React activity


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    Making a safety network

    Identify adults who will listen and keep you safe. Video length 3.00min.

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    Safety network activity


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    Safe internet use

    What it means to be safe online. Video length 4.20min.

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    Internet basics activity